Should I Have A Will?

>Yes, you should have a will. You have spent a lifetime building your portfolio. If you are concerned about who will receive your assets and personal property, you can determine the rightful recipients by creating a will. A will protects your family and loved ones and assures that your assets are distributed according to your instructions.

If you are married with dependents, a will is still necessary. In the event of a tragic double fatality, the older spouse is considered to have died first. The younger spouse automatically inherits the older spouse’s assets. If the younger spouse does not have a will, the assets will then be distributed based on a court determination.

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    Consider A Solicitor Drafted Will if any of these apply to you:
    • I am a director of a company or trust
    • I am in a business partnership
    • I have been divorced
    • I have children from a previous marriage
    • I have someone who could make a claim on my estate
    If so CLICK HERE to provide your contact details & we can direct you to a reputable solicitor in your area to discuss a tailored Will to suit your circumstances.
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